Scott's fertilizers are best placed on a lawn using a push-type spreader. A push-type spreader evenly distributes the chemicals, reducing the chances of over-fertilizing or missing spots in your lawn. It also reduces the amount of exposure your skin will have with the fertilizer.
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Based in Baltimore, Md., Karen Dietzius has been a professional writer and editor since 2005. She has been published on various sites and edited scripts for "A Work In Progress," an inspirational radio drama.